Category: CCS

Centre for Catholic Studies

Tuesday 24 January – CCS Book Launch, 5.30pm GMT, online. An online celebration of the publication of: Receptive Ecumenism as Transformative Ecclesial Learning: Walking the Way to a
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Ushaw Lecture

Iconoclasm at Christmas: Catholic Visual Culture in the Heartof Europe, c. 1600 by Dr Suzanna Ivanič, FRHistS (University of Kent.) Tuesday 6th December, 5.30pm drinks for 6pm lecture. Attendance is
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Ushaw Lecture

Enlightenment in the English Cloister? The Canonesses of the Holy Sepulchre in Exile and at Home, c.1750–c.1815 by Dr Cormac Begadon (Durham University.) Tuesday 18th October; drinks from
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Ushaw Lecture

‘Fugitive Virgins’: Refugee Women Religious in British Culture, 1792–1815 by Dr Tonya Moutray (Russell Sage College, USA, and Visiting Fellow at Durham Residential Research Library.) Wednesday 23rd February;
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Catholic Theology Research Seminar

Rethinking Gregory of Nyssa’s Mystical Theology by Dr Gabrielle Thomas (Emory University.) Thursday 10th February 5.00-6.30pm, online. See Centre for Catholic Studies web page for details and booking.
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Centre for Catholic Studies

Paradox and Prophecy: the second online conference on Lived Catholicism, organised by the Centre for Catholic Studies at Durham University on 15-16 November. Details and registration at https://livedcatholicism2.eventbrite.co.uk
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Public Lecture

Durham 1569: A People’s Tragedy? Prof. Eamon Duffy (University of Cambridge, Emeritus) Tuesday 17th September, 6.30-7.45pm in the Debating Chamber, Palace Green, Durham. Entry is free of charge, but registration
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The Franciscan Legacy

From the 13th Century to the 21st: An international conference hosted by the Centre for Catholic Studies in partnership with the Capuchin Franciscans of Great Britain, to mark
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Catholic Theology Research Seminar

Redistribution, Recognition and Catholic Social Teaching: Dr. Amy Daughton, Director of Studies at the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology, Cambridge. This Thursday, 1st March, at St Cuthbert’s. Drinks
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Time will tell…

A Catholic Social Thought and Practice Lecture will be delivered by Prof Martin Daunton (Cambridge) on Time will tell: thinking about intergenerational justice on Monday 20 June 2016, 4:00pm-5:30pm in the Pemberton Lecture
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